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METHODIST LADIES' GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
METHODIST LADIES' GUILD.
. In connection with the - forth- Coming Garden Party, the mem- bers of the above Guild held a Spring Social Afternoon in the Druids' Hall on Wednesday last. .The hall was tastefully decor- ated with spring flowers and in - spite; of ; - the inclement weather .presented a -very gay appearance. • Musical items were rendered by Mesdames Frank Whiteman ,and' Bennett and Miss Kershaw gave an interesting address, on a recent trip through Europe. Her ob- ' servation o_? Austria, Rumania . and Czechoslovakia were both interestingf and instructive/ At the conclusion of the ad- dress, afternoon tea was served by the Committee.
RUGBY FOOTBALL. UPPER HUTT RETAINS WYLIE-KEEGAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
UPPER HUTT RETAINS WYLIE-KEEGAN CUP.
, Members and friends. of the local Rugby Club journeyed to Otaki on Saturday last to play their annual fixture for the Keeg- an-Wylie Cup. Leaving Upper Hutt at 11.30 a.m. by bus, the party arrived at Otaki at 1 p.m., where refresh- ments were provided.. Mr. Gillespie, Vice-President of the local Rugby Union, welcomed the Upper" Hutt team, stating how everyone looked forward to these fixtures. His Union 1 approved of such games as it cemented friend- ship. Mr. Gillespie apologised for the absence of the President of the Union. ... Mr. H. Campbell, replied on be- half of the Upper Hutt Club, apologising for the absence of the President; and. Secretary. The speaker thanked the Rahul Club for their stating it was pleasing to renew old friend- ship and whatever the result of the match, the friendship made would continue.
THE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
The match was played on the Rahui 'ground, Upper Hutt .win- ning the toss. From the kicll-off, Morton received and took, play into Rahui's twenty-five,* but Burnett relieved, the situation. Co op er got going, ; but Larkin, Rahui's skipper, intercepted arid giving an excellent exhibition of dummy-selling, gained 30 yards for his team; A free-kick! to Rahui did not gain any territory as Connolly got the ball and, after, beating his man, handed on to Morton who -found the line. - ' '•■ -\ Rahui were now showing mark- ed, superiority over Upper Hutt, winning practically all the scrums and from a melee in Upper Hutt'V twenty-five, F. Bailey went over, Rahui 3, Upper Hutt 0. Jillet was next seen leading a forward, rxish,:; but again Larkin relieved. T. Bailey, Upper Hutt ? was next seen making and in conjunction with Skerton, gained a considerable amount of ground, hut a forward pass spoilt the movement. Rahui again took up the running and Clemens was kept bus3>- defe...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
Upper Hutt were, perhaps lucky they retained the cup,, as' oh the whole, Rahui was the best team. Larkin was ike- outstanding player on the field. - ; -y : F. Bailey was a' tower :of strength to Rahui. • Outstanding players for Upper Hutt were T;. Bailey, Morton, A. Connolly and Jillet.- ..
DINNER AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
DINNER AND DANCE.
After the match, both - teams were entertained to dinner where, complimentary speeches were the order of the evening. :-.'; Toasts' honoured, were Upper Hutt Rugby Club, Rahui Rugby Club, Horewhenua Rugby Union, Referees' Association and the" donors of the Cup, Messrs. Keeg- an and Wylie. Proposing the toast of the Upper Hutt Club, Mr. Gillespie stated that the game that day had been played in the best cf spirits and the result gave sbme indica- tions of the merits of both teams. Supporting the toast, Mr. Wylie stated a draw a good indica- tion of the game and he con- gratulated Upper Hutt on retain- ing-the Cupv In reply, Mr. Campbell thank- ed everyone for their hospitality to the Upper Hutt boys by Rahur. Mr. F. -Morton proposed the toast of the R'ahui Club, stating that it seemed Upper Hutt had a hoodoo over the cup, and that Rahui were unlucky. , . Skipper A. Larkin replied on behalf of his Club, congratulating Upper Hutt on their play. After the dinner,...
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
LOCAL & GENERAL.
Residents of Heretaunga and Silversftream are . especially in- vited to a public meeting to be held on. Friday evening at; the Social Club Hall, as advertised. Anyone with organising ability will be -sure of a warm reception as the business of the meeting is to assist in the organisation of an emergency Committee for, the Upper Hutt Borough. •
The.Plunket.Society are holding a Jumble Sale in their grounds on Friday afternoon (to-morrow). Patrons, are assured of a wonder- ful array-of bargains., Mr. H. Oliver, son-in-law of Councillor J: Purvis, has joined up with the forces as an Instructor, and will be attached to the Air Force. Mr. Oliver was an in- structor in the permanent forces several years ago.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
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THEY SAY – WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
THEY SAY - WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the Listener.)
THAT Councillor Purvis. was on the right track when he advo- vated a Ladies' Rest Room. THAT Upper Hutt are lagging behind in such -amenities. THAT Lieut. J. King has been transferred to Burnham. THAT the Rhythm Boys heard at the Wellington Community Sing- are- local products. THAT they are to be congratu- lated on their performance and when . the Entertainment 6 Com- mittee are fixing up their pro- grammes for our soldier boys, they should keep these artists in view. 'THAT Councillor Rendle is a busy man nowadays 'answering questions about his "Works Com- mittee. -THAT,he was "right" when he,-~stated that "Rome - was not built in a day." Nevertheless, the days are turning into months and still we are waiting to see some worth while roads: - ' ST~ THAT many people will agree with the Council's idea of a depu- tation to the Housing Depart- ment to endeavour to speed up the erection of houses in the dis- trict. THAT a certain...
TRENTHAM SCHOOL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
TRENTHAM SCHOOL DANCE.
Yet another successful" - dance was held in aid of the above School on last. Mr. T: Chapman, in the absence of Mr. King, carried out" the duties of M.C. and with the as- : * sistance of the Excelsior Dance ■ Band,,provided an excellent pro- gramme. Apologies were' received from Lieut. King, and His Worship the Mayor. . An excellent "supper was pro- vided by the Ladies' Committee, and dancing was continued until midnight. Mr. T. Clyma, Chairman of the School Committee, t and his fellow - associates are to be congratulated for the manner in which these" serise of dances are conducted. The transfer of Lieut. J. King will, no doubt, be a big loss to this Committee as Mr. King has . been their, Secretary for quite ■awhile and will be hard to re- place.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
PUBLIC MEETING. UPPER HUTT WAR EMERGENCY -OOMiSaiM. A public meeting of citizens of the Borougft will be; held in the R.S.A. Rooms on Monday next, October £nd at 8 p.m. BUSGnSJICiSIS: To elect members of various sub-committees to further the objects the committee, recently formed. All residents are cordially and earnestly invited to be present and to assist in the useful work which can be; undertaken by the committee. ",v• '." } f TRANSPORT. Will owners of private cars in the Here- taunga - Silverstream area kindly assemble at the Silverstream Social Hall at 7.45 p.m..to -con- vey to Upper Hutt R.S.A. rooms those residents without means of transport. • • - • J. BLEWMAN, Mayor.
J- G- WEAR, Painter and Paperhanger. Liverpool" Street, TRENTHAM. Estimates FttEE. Reasonable PriceS. T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST. s Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. P. P. HERCOCK 14in. BALL-BEARING LAWN MOWERS - £3/5/0 & SAUCERS 6 for 2/9 SARDINES...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
Silverstream Social Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT. GRAND DANCE Good Music. Good Supper Excellent Orchestra. Bus leaves Upper Hutt at 8 p.m. D. A. JACKSON, Hon. Secretary. women's division farmers' : :■' union/ FARMERS DANCE AT THE TAITA HALL ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1939. SHERWOOD'S ORCHESTRA. Home-made Supper. Admission: Ladies 2/-, Gents 3/-. J. WOOD, COAL & COKE MERCHANT. SAND & GRAVEL CARRYING. Main Road SILVERSTREAM RED CROSS DEPOT OPEN. HAZELWOOD'S BLDG.—Upstairs. MONDAY to FRIDAY—IO a.m.—l 2, and 2—4 p.m. SATURDAY—IO a.m.—l 2 noon. FRIDAY EVENING—7—B p.m. BOYS' AND GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB. ST. MARGARET'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, SILVERSTREAM. A SALE OF WORK will be held at the above Church on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m."" CAKES, SWEETS, JUMBLE, USE- FUL AND NOVEL ARTICLES ON THE" WORK STALL, SPECIAL , ' SAVOURY STALL. ADMISSION- AFTERNOON FREE. ' EVENING, >6'di (Sixpence) including supper. CONCERT & D&NCE Will be held in the SOCIAL HALL, SILVERSTR...
UPPER HUTT BOWLING, TENNIS AND CROQUET CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
UPPER HUTT BOWLING, TENNIS AND CROQUET CLUB.
The Annual Meeting "of the - above Club was held in the Bowl-. Pavilion on Wednesday, 20th September. An unusually good' representation of the three sec- tions was present, Mr. R. Stew- art, President, occupying' ' the"' Chair. Apoloigies for absence were .re- ceived from Messrs. Clyma v , ■ 'Wilmshurst, and Mumbyl After the minutes of the last annual meeting were read and , confirm- ed, the reports of the Bowling," Tennis, and Croquet sections were adopted. The Balance-sheet ■ was also adopted. Election of " Officers resulted as follows:— President, Mr. J. H. Brown; Vice-Presidents, Mir. H. Rey- nolds (B), Mr. E. G. Randall (J), - and Mr. Harper (c); Secretary, Mr. K. Cropp; Treasurer, Mr. P. Quinn; Auditor, Mr. Campbell; Publicity Officer, Miss E. J.'., Smith. In vacating the Chairj the Ec- V r, tiring President, Mr; - Stewart,, congratulated Mr. Brown on his ; ' appointment. ; ■Subscriptions for the ensuing ...
CENTRAL EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
CENTRAL EXECUTIVE MEETING.
Presided over by the Chairman; His "Worship the Mayor (Mr. J. Blewman), the newly formed Upper Hutt Borough War Emerg- ency Committee held its initial meeting at the Council Chambers on Monday evening. Also present were Col. and Mrs. T. A. Hunter, Hon. Yineent Ward, J. Snell (re- presenting the „Heretaunga-Silver- stream area), S. P. Carver, Cr. J. Purvis, Rev. J. C. McCaw and C. A. Corder. An apology was re- ceived from Dr. P. W. Kemp, who has now taken up military duties. The Chairman extended a wel- come to the newly elected repre- sentatives from the lower end of the Borough and then briefly out- lined the action which lead to the formation of the Committee. He referred to the National Emerg- ency draft regulations suggested by Government and "said that it was desired to not • confuse the work of this Committee; with those suggestions. It was thought advisable at this stage_ to firmly establish the special War Emerg- ency Committee, the executive...
LADIES' HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
Oh .Saturday afternoon on Maidstone Park, a ladies' hockey matehr between Te-Awa, Napier,- and Upper Hutt, was- played under ideal conditions. Of the visitors, special mention should be made of their captain. Miss Mavis Simmonds, whose ver- satile judgment was the cause, of; successful attacks on the local : girl's goal. She scored two goals, while Misses N. Oliver, and Daniels scored <- the remaining two.;. / Of the local girls, Mrs. D. Well- ington was outstanding,; while Miss E. Buckley, as goalkeeper, saved her team on many oc- casions. - Messrs*. M. Wellington/ and C. H. Simmonds, of Napier, capably controlled the game. In the evening, the Te-Awa' team were the guests of the local team to a dance in Upper Hutt.
PLEASURE PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
BRIGHT I ENTERTAINMENT. : The Very .bright.variety enter- tainment"Pleasure Pie" which is to be , presented by the Upper Hhitt Musical Dramatic VSc-. , ciety and assisting artists at' the Majestic Theatre .on Thursday, - sth, will appeal to all "tastes. Mirth and "melody abound and some •highly amusing sketches are included in ,the ;ehtertain- nient. . ] '.'.".'. ' Patrons desirous of witnessing this enjoyable; programme" and at the same time help in the worthy ' object; ~oi providmg' Christmas' Cheer for .the children of 'St. Jos- eph's Orphanage (should, reserve , their s eats at Thompson's as a : ? bumper house is expected.
TRENTHAM CROQUET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
TRENTHAM CROQUET CLUB.
The first annual meeting of the Trentham- Croquet Club was held recently when the following-of- ficers were: , ; . Patron, Mr. J. Purvis; : Vice- Patron, Mr. J. W. Giib'ahks; Presi- ; dent, Mrs. A. L.' Kitchen; Vice- President,, "Mrs, J. W.^Gilbanks; .- Secretary and Captain, Mrs. W. J. Spackman: Treasurer v Mrs. A. E.; ;Shadbolt; "Delegates tor Well- } ington Croquet Association, -Mes- dames '. Shadbolt arid \ Spackman; Gen eralv Committee, Mesdames King, Stewart, Williams, Grover, Marsden, McGrath,' Cole, Jef- eoate and Smyrk. 'Two lawns are being laid down oh the play area in Tawai Street • and the erection of a pavilion will be commencedas-soon as the pres- ent rush of build'rig -is. over. This is toO be built by Voluntary; on the part of members', husbands and sons :■' It is hoped ; the Club will be; able to open their greens early in December and in the meantime, members are busily eng-aered in raising funds. AljU playing, equipment for two greens ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
FOR SALE. I have a number of buyers" for sections and properties at Trentham or Upper Hutt. HUTT VALLEY liAND AGENCY ' Gean'ge Bldg. ' Phone 76. iUPPER HUTT— £- acre sections—2oo yards from Station. £50 upwards. Tjerms £10 deposit—balance £1 per month; - UPPER HUTT—S-roomed bungalow, garage, | acre section—close to sta- tion. Price £900—£300 deposit. UPPER HUTT—4-roomed cottage— good i acre section planted with fruit trees. Price £580—deposit £280. TRENTHAM —Level' sections from £35 upwards—very easy terms, close to Railway Station. level sunny sections—£ 100—terms given. Hutt Valley Land Agency GEANGE BUILDING. Phone 76. WANTED.—Experienced gard- ener, two days week or full- time- if preferred. Apply G-. Milne, Heretaunga. LOST Sunday morning between J. Blewman's and Upper Hutt a navy coat with'watch ,in pocket.—Reward on return to "J. Blewman. v jq